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Sudan opposition rejects committee report blaming sit-in attack on rogue security officers
Protesters rejected the report as an attempt to shield the military council from responsibility
Thousands fill Khartoum streets in ‘millions march’, driven back by security forces under gunfire, tear gas
Security forces fired teargas at protesters who continued to press on toward the presidential palace
Scenes from a protest camp dispersed
This won’t deter me from continuing what we started: a revolution to build the Sudan we want
Who are the key actors behind Sudan’s moment of violence?
Mada Masr presents some context on the different players in the developments on the ground in Sudan
Awadeya Mahmoud Koko: From tea seller to union leader to ‘mother of the revolution’
Ariane Lavrilleux | Awadeya Mahmoud Koko is using her skills to run the biggest street kitchen in Khartoum's mass sit-in
Sudan: Initial agreement on transition plan announced after attack on mass sit-in
The protest movement blamed the violence on “remnants of the ousted regime"
Burhan backed by junior officers pushes to take control of transitional military council, holds talks with opposition
Asmahan Soliman and Mohammed Amin | Sudan protesters celebrated the second military ouster of an unfavorable leader in the last 48 hours
With Bashir ousted, protesters reject Sudanese military’s fractured power grab
The lack of clarity around the future of the country's leadership highlights military infighting
Disagreement over Bashir’s continued rule highlights military-security meeting after protests in front of army HQ
Asmahan Soliman and Mohamed al-Amin | Egypt continues push for ‘orderly transition’ if necessary, as GIS delegation visits Khartoum
 
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Opinion
Mohamed Saad Abdel Hafiz
Egyptian media coverage of Sudan protests: Here today, gone tomorrow
Last January, amid expectations of price increases in bread and fuel, cities across Sudan erupted in
Khaled Ahmed
Civil disobedience in Sudan: How far will it go?
Civil disobedience continues in Sudan amid austerity and hardship.
Waleed Almusharaf
Candy from the sheikh: My last conversation with Turabi
Three years ago, Hassan al-Turabi (1932-2016) — Sudan’s foremost theologian, who is known affectionately
 
News
Sudan’s military council: Government to be civilian except for defense and interior ministries, will not extradite Bashir to ICC
Sudan demonstrations continue amid crackdown: 4 protesters killed, police conduct house raids and storm hospital
Protests spread across Sudan on Friday amid calls to strike
Medics: Sudan security forces fire live rounds at protest march to presidential palace
Ancient Egyptian gold workers’ tomb excavated on island in Sudan
Sudanese president threatens to resort to UN Security Council over Halayeb, accuses Egypt of harboring opposition members
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